Improvements to Healthcare Teacher Resources
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Students investigate the cells of the human body. in this biology lesson, students discuss the cell as the basic unit of lie and identify how many cells the human body is made up of. They relate the semiconductor to their investigation as it is an essential part in the medical field and helping to improve the health of the body.
Students record their personal medical history. For this medical history activity, students practice completing a medical history form. Students write with a purpose in this lesson.
Students participate in activities simulating various disabilities. After discussions, they work in teams to devise or improve on adaptive devices for people with disabilities. They include drawings of the tools they design and explain how they work.
Students analyze how medical devices that help the human body function. They work in pairs or groups to draw multiple views of the medical device and describe how engineering is used by biomedial engineers.
Students see how widespread medical myths can be potentially dangerous. They synthesize their knowledge by creating pamphlets that help patients learn the facts behind some commonly believed medical myths.
Students engage in a lesson that is focused upon the survival of populations located in third world countries. They conduct research using a variety of resources while focusing upon the delivery of healthcare with the help of statistics.
Students simulate the job of surgical resident by using surgical instruments to complete a task inside of a black box using a webcam and flashlight. They complete the task and complete a worksheet.
Students guess what improvements to Tupperware, television, and computers might have resulted from the study and exploration of space.
Students participate in activities in which they model different disabilities. They discuss their experiences as a class. They work together in groups to discuss how to improve an adaptive device.
Nano-nano! Nanotechnology can seem like it's from another planet! After learning about this tiny technology, collaborative groups experiment with how smaller particles affect chemical reactions. They do this by immersing a whole and a crushed antacid tablet into equal amounts of water. Nanotechnology is a fascinating topic for your STEM curriculum.
Seventh graders become familiar with biomedical engineering. For this prosthetic device lesson, 7th graders consider the needs of a prosthetic device to help a specific person's characteristics. Students build a prosthetic device.
How smart is your home? Middle and high schoolers write a journal entry describing the types of technology found in their homes. After reading an article, they are introduced to "smart" home technology. In groups, they identify and debate the pros and cons of this technology. They interview people in the community on their opinions of the new technology as well. Consider reading "The Veldt," too!
Students discover advances in biomedical technology such as transdermal delivery and other non-invasive procedures. In lab activities, they examine how medication is given and how molecules travel, observe electrophoresis, and conduct several experiments in groups. In another activity, students inspect how drugs are delivered through a stent and how catheters and angioplasty balloons are inserted.
Learners examine the discipline of biomedical engineering or bioengineering. They complete worksheets by participating in reading background information and completing a hands on activity. They design a prototype of a cast to set a broken bone.
Students explain the workings and anatomy of the heart and to explore new medical techniques that help people live longer, healthier lives.
Pupils review procedures for handwashing and explore the connection between microbiology and improved health care. They examine bacterial culture grown from bacteria under their fingernails and write a procedure for handwashing in a health care manual.
Salaries, accreditation, and health technologies, sounds like career exploration time! Kids examine everything one needs to know before going into a health career. They explore the requirements and salaries earned by EMTs, massage therapists, radiologists, and personal trainers.
Students study the human digestion system and the functions of the stomach and small intestines. In this digestion lesson students view a demonstration on the process.
Learners describe DNA and the roles in which engineers are involved with the human body. In this DNA lesson students participate in a class demonstration.
Students examine the heart and vascular system and the need for artificial valves. After explaining how heart valves function, they design their own heart valves for experimentation. They predict the speed of fluid flowing through veins, capillaries, and arteries.